Texas 4A & 5A Playoff Round Up: Friday, February

Killeen Ellison 66 Garland Naaman Forest 63 (OT)
2011 W Jaleel Williams scored 25 points, the biggest being the last one of the game in OT when he banked in a three pointer for the win.  Williams, who at 6’6″ with an outrageous wingspan is without a doubt the area’s best unsigned prospect. He is getting mid and high major looks.  That can wait because right now he’s concentrating on the Eagles playoff run as he added 8 rebounds.

Jaleel Williams 25 points sent the Ellison Eagles into the 3rd Round of the playoffs

San Antonio Reagan 89  San Antonio Highlands 78
The Rattlers took a bite out of the Owls as they had too much firepower. The Senior trio of Tre Demps (Northwestern) scored 29 points, Brad Coulter had 17 & 12 boards & Max Yon (Air Force) added 19.  William Knowles had 26 in his final prep game for Highlands.

Demps led the Rattlers to victory with 29 points.

Harker Heights 85  Dallas Jesuit 67
2011 W Royce O’Neal ked the Knights with 22 points.  They’ll face top ranked Garland Lakeview Centennial in the next round in what should be an epic battle.  Harker Heights is deep and they have great team chemistry.

Cedar Park 47  Kerrville 45   (4OT)
In what must have been a monumental defensive struggle, Cedar Park took 4 overtime sessions before they edged Kerrville Tovy from the playoffs.  Deron Belford (Texas State) scored 27 in his final prep game while Cedar Park’s Dylan Cox willed his team to victory.  Apparently he wasn’t quite ready yet to report to West Point.

Dylan Cox has committed to Army, but he’s got work left to do at Cedar Park

Pflugerville 63  Klein Forest 60
The Panthers had a 15 point lead but couldn’t shake a pesky Klein Forest team who kept it close down the stretch.  Cameron Blue led the way with 20 points. Deon Mitchell (Northern Iowa) was saddled with foul trouble for much of the game, he finished with 10 points.

Spring Dekaney 53  Austin Bowie  47
Tied at 14-14 at the half, the pace was more to Austin Bowie’s liking.  Things sped up in the 2nd half and Spring Dekaney (30-5) pushed forward for the win.  Bowie P Connor Robinson finished is prep career with 15 points & 2012 G Paul Baxter added 14.

The Woodlands 61  Round Rock McNeil 58
The Mavs were tied entering the 4th quarter but could not hang on.  McNeil G Blair Williams had 16 points as he finished out his prep career.

Mavs G Blair Williams had an outstanding senior campaign

uBastrop 63  Whitehouse 46
Jordan Roach (South Alabama) had 21 points & Josiah Monroe (Texas-San Antonio-football) added 16.  They’ll play district foe Hutto in the next round.

Hutto 58  Marshall 46
D.J. Wilson led the Hippos with 17 points.

New Braunfels 76  Austin McCallum 69
2012 G Sean Tollinger scored 29 points as the Cougars proved they could also play an uptempo game successfully. Reinier Strobos (M.I.T.) added 11 in the win.

St. Thomas methodically put St. Michael’s away from the 2nd quarter on as Senior Chris Brown led the way with 12 points.  St. Michael’s Jake Kocher (Texas A&M-Corpus Christi) finished his prep career with 16 points.

Kocher now heads on to Texas A&M-Corpus Christi after a 2700 point prep career
Boerne Champion 58  Marble Falls 56

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